Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Gospel Hall Art Deco + Gothic design - Launceston

The Gospel Hall building in Launceston is a wonderfully proportioned Art Deco building with Gothic revival elements.  The building actually reminds me of the design of Duncan House, one of Launceston's earliest Art Deco buildings, check it out here


  1. It is fascinating how flexible architects can be.

    Re Duncan House, you said it was a commercial Art Deco building that has an interesting mix of Art Deco and Gothic Styles, including the main hallway and staircase. With Gospel Hall, which parts focused on the gothic?

  2. Notably the main front door entrance and render finish around the door.


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